Welcome to this wonderland of history and pleasure. Ideally located on the north bank of the river Blackwater, couples love it here. Dating back to the 18th Century, these gardens are truly extraordinary. Only one Century ago, no visitors to Lismore ever missed visiting this place. These gardens were even once thoroughly enjoyed by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra too. A haven of tranquility, walking through some unique and old species of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and ancient trees, is an incredible experience for all. Whether you are looking to be amazed by a floral display like no other or to spend a romantic time with your loved one, these gardens are pretty magical.
Ballyin Gardens is one of our hidden gem gardens of Ireland, and being located in the small picturesque village of Lismore, I really do recommend a visit here. Since the early 18th century this garden has evolved into something quite special. The gardens here are peaceful, and would be a great location for anyone wanting inspiration whilst writing a book. Ballyin Gardens has also played host to Kings and Queens such is its beauty, and whilst sitting on a bench overlooking the vista, I could of been transported to anywhere in the world, that is just how peaceful it is here. But you don't need to know any of that to enjoy this wonderful place, as every individual who visits such a great garden will make it their own. 129 Ballyin Gardens also offer some very high quality accommodation indeed, and a stay here will most definitely raise your visitor experience.
Glencairn is a beautiful area situated only 3km from the award winning heritage town of Lismore in County Waterford. Enjoy friendly hospitality amidst magnificent surroundings with that special country atmosphere.